Caledonian Primary School pupil Cayden has been growing his hair for four years, in two weeks he will be shaving it all for the World's Greatest Shave.
Before the big day Cayden and his family have been working hard to raise money to support research for the Leukemia Foundation.
Cayden was inspired by his older brother who has participated in the World's Greatest Shave in the past.
Cayden said some of his family members have been diagnosed with Leukemia and he "wanted to do his part to help out".
A garage sale will be held this Friday at Caledonian Primary School to help Cayden reach his fundraising goal of $3000.
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So far Cayden and the community have been able to raise over $1000 with a sausage sizzle at Cayden's soccer club and through local business donation tins.
Cayden said he has a high fundraising goal because he is "competitive and wants to beat his older brother".
Every day 47 people in Australia are diagnosed with blood cancer.
The money that Cayden raised will go towards supporting these families and into research for a cure.
The four year's worth of hair will be donated and used to create wigs to help people with leukemia.
In two weeks, Cayden will also be holding a raffle while he cuts his hair.
Tickets for the raffle can still be purchased up until March 12.
For more information about how to purchase tickets please contact Kristy Russel at email@example.com.